Global Enterprises Group, Inc. (GLHO: OTC Pink Current) | Global Enterprises Group (GLHO) Subsidiary Signs MOU to Acquire Granite Quarry and Mining Assets


VIRGINIA BEACH, VA–(Marketwired – Feb 24, 2015) – Global Enterprises Group, Inc. (OTC PINK: GLHO) announces the signing of a “Memorandum of Understanding” (MOU) to acquire certain granite quarry and mining assets in Sierra Leone, Africa.

Global Enterprises subsidiary, JP Anderson (SL) Limited, focuses on the acquisition and management of assets to supply the fast growing infrastructure development in Sub-Sahara Africa. Under the current MOU, JP Anderson is acquiring the rights to a 400-acre granite quarry located in Kenema, Sierra Leone. The Kenema quarry has deposits of approximately 80-100 million tons of granite.

About Global Enterprises Group
Headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Global Enterprises Group, Inc. operates as a diversified holding company with subsidiaries that operate in infrastructure development, mining, power generation, power consulting and green energy development.

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